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"Ipaint what I see and never what it pleases others to see." What different phrases than those of Édouard Manet, doubtless so diverse from the feelings of Monet or Renoir, may well top outline the flow of Impressionism? for sure this singularity was once defined while, presently ahead of his dying, Claude Monet wrote: "I stay sorry to were the reason for the identify given to a gaggle nearly all of which didn't have  Read more...


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On 12 February, Manet left to join his family in the south of France and he did not learn that the revolution had broken out in Paris and that the Commune had been declared until he got to Arcachon. In April, a manifesto announcing the creation of a federation of artists to which he had been elected during his absence, along with twenty-five other painters and ten sculptors, appeared in the Commune’s official publication, Le Journal Officiel de la Commune. Manet only returned to Paris around the end of June, 1871, after the semaine sanglante, or “bloody week” was over.

The painter had been seduced by her elegance and smile, and especially by her pink complexion combined with her dark blonde hair. At the same time, he worked on portraits of men, among them the Portrait of Georges Clemenceau at the Tribune (p. 46) painted in 1880. The painter and his model were connected through the many friends they shared. Manet did more than one portrait of his friend from childhood and youth, Antonin Proust, who had given him wonderful memories. The portrait of legendary journalist Henri Rochefort (Hamburg, Kunsthalle) was notable for its unusual emotional resonance.

Douard Manet, Reading, between 1848 and 1883. 5 cm. Musée d’Orsay, Paris. ” And although Manet refused to exhibit with them, contemporaries associated his name with Impressionism. ” (A. Tabarant, op. , p. 285). In reality, Manet did not have the same artistic goals as the Impressionists, and there was no Manet school. Yet Manet played a significant role in the birth of Impressionism and his contemporaries understood it. If the characteristic traits of Impressionism appeared in the work of Manet, it was specifically during a brief period after the war, the year of the first Impressionist exhibition.

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